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Click on the thumbnails for a larger version. The text in bold is the constellation that the object is in.
       
Dusty dark nebula
LDN 1251
(Cepheus)
Planetary nebula
NGC 7076
(Cepheus)
Open cluster
IC 1311
(Cygnus)
Reflection nebula
vdB135
(Cygnus)
(by F. Neyer)
(by Capella Observatory)
(by L. Orazi)
(by B. Hubl)
Planetary nebula
Abell 66
(Sagittarius)
Nebula IC 1274 (Sagittarius)
Rho Ophiuchi
Nebula region

(Ophiuchus)
Inkspot Nebula (Sagittarius)
(by D. Goldman)
(by A. Block)
(by I. Éder)
(by CEDIC)
Open cluster M6
widefield
(Scorpius)
Pipe Nebula
(Ophiuchus)
Open cluster
NGC 6124 widefield
(Scorpius)
Reflection nebula
IC 4592 widefield
(Scorpius)
(by CEDIC)
(by CEDIC)
(by CEDIC)
(by CEDIC)
Shell elliptical galaxy
NGC 2634 region
(Camelopardalis)
Galaxy NGC 6340
(Draco)
Draco Trio
(Draco)
Hercules Galaxy
Cluster
(Hercules)
(by B. Franke)
(by A. Block)
(by S. Leshin)
(by K. Crawford)
Planetary nebula
VBRC 7
(Norma)
Ant Nebula
(Norma)
Planetary nebula
NGC 6337
(Scorpius)
Globular clusters
NGC 6522 and
NGC 6528
(Sagittarius)
(by S. Crouch)
(by CHART32)
(by D. Goldman)
(by A. Block)
Dark nebula B252
(Scorpius)
Dark nebula
Bernes 149

(Scorpius)
Emission nebula
NGC 6188 widefield
(Ara)
Running Chicken
Nebula

(Centaurus)
(by R. Olsen)
(by F. Neyer)
(by G. Rhemann)
(by I. Éder)
Eagle Nebula
(Serpens)
Globular cluster
M12
(Ophiuchus)
Globular cluster
M10
(Ophiuchus)
Galaxy pair
NGC 6085-6

(Corona Borealis)
(by A. Block)
(by B. Hubl)
(by CHART32)
(by A. Block)
Globular cluster
NGC 6229

(Hercules)
Spiral galaxy
NGC 4395

(Canes Venatici)
Helix Galaxy
(Ursa Major)
Peculiar galaxy
NGC 3310 widefield

(Ursa Major)
(by Capella Observatory
and V. Wendel)
(by A. Block)
(by K. Crawford)
(by K. Teuwen)
Comet PanSTARRS
2014 Lunar Eclipse
Spiral galaxy M91
(Coma Berenices)
Galaxy NGC 3504
(Leo Minor)
(by A. Block)
(by R. Jay GaBany)
(by A. Block)
(by A. Block)
Planetary nebula
Hen 2-111

(Centaurus)
Peculiar galaxy
ESO 510-13

(Hydra)
Ghost of Jupiter
Nebula widefield

(Hydra)
Chamaeleon III
complex

(Chamaeleon)
(by CHART32)
(by CHART32)
(by M. Lorenzi)
(by J. Joaquín Pérez)